Chinese Medicine: How to Eat Healthy in Autumn (Beyond Pumpkin Spice)

In Chinese Medicine, eating and living with the seasons is an important part of staying healthy.

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Fall is a time for pulling in scattered energy, focusing efforts, and tying up loose ends.

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Five sage guidelines for autumn go this way…

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Doctor of Chinese Medicine, Writer, Dean, Medium Top Writer in LGBTQ. Reach me at: hello@danaleighlyons.com https://www.danaleighlyons.com/

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Dana Leigh Lyons

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Doctor of Chinese Medicine, Writer, Dean, Medium Top Writer in LGBTQ. Reach me at: hello@danaleighlyons.com https://www.danaleighlyons.com/

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